Kaster bypassed college and took a job at 16 as an apprentice at his grandfather’s pattern-making business. He eventually moved up to managing the business, and began to delve into other areas of art and design. With his wife, he founded Eleek—a metalworking shop that uses almost exclusively recycled materials and scrap metals discarded by other local businesses. His shop works with ReBuilding Center, which salvages reusable building materials.
—Sasha Jones and Rosie Spinks
GOOD pg. 103 Fall 2010